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In this episode, Dharma referred to their fictional child only as "he", but in past episodes she also referred to such a child as "she".
We learn that Marlene's last name is Hoffman.
The same "I Want To Believe" UFO poster that Mulder has had in his office since the pilot of The X-Files is hanging on the wall in the book store.
Goof: In season 2 episode 9 Dharma tells Greg that she only recently recieved her learners permit. Her current drivers license could not possibly have expired by the time of this episode.
In the end of the episode, Larry picks up his guitar, and sings a song he wrote:
One thing about angels,
they're always right.
We had a little baby girl,
made from San Francisco light.
We called her Dharma,
'cause the truth was plain to see,
the miracle of life:
One and one makes three.
This one departs significantly from the "it takes a village to raise a child" theme from the 2nd season when Dharma and Greg were going to adopt a child.
Kitty goes to help Abby buy things for the new baby. Yet, we know from several previous episodes that Kitty had virtually no part in Greg's childhood; the nanny was the one who raised him.
John Shaffner and Anne H. Ahrens were nominated for the 2000 Emmy Award for "Outstanding Art Direction for a Multi-Camera Series" for this episode.
When Dharma runs into her ex-boyfriend, she tells him to come by and that she's still in the same place she has been. Yet, they moved to a new apartment in the second season.
The song playing when Kim and Greg are dancing is "Once Upon a Dream" from the Disney movie Sleeping Beauty.
Dharma believes she was a horse in one of her past lives.
The hats Dharma makes to support the 49ers are of the Transamerica building, Alcatraz Island/Prison and the Golden Gate bridge.
Dharma and Jane uses Lisa Simpson masks, to disguise themselves. Ironically, Yeardley Smith (who plays Greg's secretary, Marlene), is the voice of Lisa Simpson on The Simpsons.
During the end credits we see the main cast bouncing on the trampoline in Dharma's bedroom.
Early in the episode, Dharma mentions that one of her jobs was dancing with the rock band ZZ Top. In real life, Jenna Elfman was one of ZZ Top's Legs girls. She was a dancer early in her career and worked with the band in 1994.
Pete's leg is supposed to bent at an odd angle, but it's really just a fake leg. You can see his foot hanging down underneath the wheelchair.
They name the baby Daniel Fergus Sting Thundercloud Monterrey Manray Finkelstein Montgomery.
Jane is said to be Canadian.
When Dharma and Kitty are out driving, Dharma turns the steering wheel for a hard left turn but the car appears to turn right. Additionally, Dharma and Kitty look to be affected by forces indicating a left turn despite the image of the car turning right.
This episode begins with a flashback to Dharma and Greg encountering each other as children on the subway, thus implying that they are "fated" to be together. The New York-style set, however, is not the San Francisco MUNI system it is supposed to be.